Tag Archive: Phone


If you don’t have a stand for your phone yet, it’s time to buy Anker’s adjustable model for $8

Find the right angle!

We’ve had a few great deals recently on phone and tablet stands, and honestly, if you don’t already have one, it’s time to buy one. Right now you can pick up Anker’s silver portable multi-angle stand for just $ 7.99 at Amazon when you use coupon code ANKERSTS during checkout. If you want the black version, you’ll need to use coupon code ANKERSTB.

The stand comes with built-in non-slip rubber pads so it  [Read More…]

How to play PlayStation 4 games on your Android phone

With a little work, it’s possible to play PlayStation 4 games on your Android device

With the Release of the Steam Link beta app from Valve a whole new world of possibilities has opened up in terms of mobile gaming. The Link app allows you to play all of your steam games on any Android device with Lollipop or above and seems to do it really well from the testing I have done.

The Link app does  [Read More…]

What to do with your non-Pixel phone when the Android P beta ends

Getting your phone back to stable software isn’t as easy as you might have hoped it would be.

Testing a preview of Android P can be a fun thing to do, even if you aren’t a developer who needs to get up to speed on the changes. It’s totally beta software and clearly not ready for prime time, but it’s also not as broken as early preview builds have been in the past and some people are  [Read More…]

The 5 worst Android phone names of the last decade

Android and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad names.

Phone manufacturers have more or less gotten the hang of naming schemes in recent years. They find a name or two that sticks, and just tack a new number onto the end with each new iteration; Galaxy S9, Pixel 2, LG V30, etc. Sometimes it doesn’t even have to be sequential, like when Samsung jumped from the Galaxy Note 5 straight to the Galaxy Note 7, skipping  [Read More…]

Ride around without getting lost thanks to the $15 iOttie Bike & Motorcycle Phone Mount

Secure your phone on your bike or motorcycle with this inexpensive mount.

For the first time ever, the iOttie Easy One Touch 4 Bicycle and Motorcycle Mount dropped in price down to $ 14.95 at Amazon. While it’s still somewhat new, it’s been selling between $ 17 and $ 20 since its release last October.

The iOttie Easy One Touch 4 can universally hold all phones and even many with cases between 2.3 and 3.5 inches. It features  [Read More…]

Essential Phone 2 reportedly canceled, Andy Rubin considering selling the company [Update]

More than $ 100 million was used to develop Essential’s first products.

Updated 6:51 PM — Following Bloomberg‘s report, Andy Rubin has since taken to Twitter with the following message: “We always have multiple products in development at the same time and we embrace canceling some in favor of the ones we think will be bigger hits. We are putting all of our efforts towards our future, game-changing products, which include mobile and home products.”

According to a  [Read More…]

South Park: Phone Destroyer review – a raunchy card game based on the super popular show

South Park: Phone Destroyer is a card game which starts off as promising, but soon gets quite tedious. Unless you have countless of hours to spare.

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Metal vs. plastic vs. glass: Which is the best phone material?

Three impossible choices.

Phones all look the same once you scrape away a few details. They’re rectangles designed to fit (mostly) into one’s hand and a display where we can tap and poke the things we see to find other things poke and tap. You can even make phone calls with them!

It’s those details, though, that makes the difference. Speakers, bevels, buttons and the physical size are the things that make a Galaxy Note different from  [Read More…]

Razer Phone gets updated with Portrait Mode, May security patch and more

The Razer Phone is getting a new update which brings the popular Portrait Mode. Now users will be able to take fantastic Portrait shots using the phone’s main dual-camera setup.

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How to reclaim phone storage with Google Photos’ Free Up Space feature

Google Photos has a great way to get back some of your phone’s storage!

The best feature of Google Photos is the hassle free backups: all your photos and videos are automatically up to the cloud, so you won’t lose your favorite memories. If you’re moving to a new phone, all of your old photos are available just by signing in.

A side effect of this is it means your photos and videos don’t need to take  [Read More…]